SilverDoge wrote:Bitcoin rising. How long until the next ATH?
The average ATH on all exchanges, $7582, is actually not far above where BTC peaked this morning, but I think on a couple individual exchanges it reached into the $7800s earlier this month.
BTC hit my sell order of almost $7500 earlier this morning. I sold 2 coins not to cash out but to hopefully parlay into more than 2 at the next dip. Once again, a little fish splashing with the whales.
I've regretted chickening out just before the last crash; I missed out on a chance to increase my BTC, by quite a bit as it turned out. This time I'm going for it, but only with a couple coins. I'm pretty confident $7500 is not the lowest BTC will ever be from this point forward. Buyback target is below $7K.(Edit: BTC has actually reached and surpassed $7500 now. This morning it got to within a dollar before bouncing off. Busting through that barrier has triggered a buying spree. Here comes the ATH!)
The market overall has reached an all-time high of $221 billion, with Bitcoin's market share increasing again. It was 86% in February before alts exploded, dropped as low as 36% in June (ETH was 30% and there was "flippening" talk), climbed into the 60s early this month, dropped to 47.7% during the brief but intense BCH frenzy a few days ago, and today is 56.4%